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Philosophy and Knowledge in the Renaissance: Interpreting Aristotle in the Vernacular
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6/21/2013 to 6/22/2013
When: 21–22 June 2013

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The Centre for the Study of the Renaissance, University of Warwick & The Warburg Institute AHRC-Funded Project ‘Vernacular Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy, c. 1400-c. 1650’ present an International Colloquium ‘Philosophy and Knowledge in the Renaissance: Interpreting Aristotle in The Vernacular’

21–22 June 2013 - at The Warburg Institute, London

This event is free and open to all. Furthermore, PhD students and early career researchers who wish to attend the colloquium are invited to apply for reimbursement of their travel and/or accommodation expenses (up to 300£ for UK-based participants; up to 500£ for participants based overseas). The deadline for applying will be Thursday, 30 May. Applications (to be sent to should include a 2-page CV and a statement of purpose with reasons for attending (no more than 500 words). Successful applicants will be notified on Saturday, 1st June.

For further information including programme, please contact Dr Eugenio Refini on or visit the website

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